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This year's festival will celebrate queer art from around the world. A four-day celebration of queer film and artists, featuring short films, features and workshops at various venues across London. Tickets for all events are on sale now!

THURSDAY 13th JULY | 19:00 THE FILLY BROOK

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Experience this classic anew with our sensational draw-along screening (you can just watch the film if you’d rather!). Token Homo from Queer Horror Nights will be there to introduce the queer history of THE BABADOOK and Finn from Queer Art Club London will guide you through the art of spontaneous sketching (materials provided). 

Queer Horror Social follows screening!

FRIDAY 14th JULY | 18:30
GOOD SHEPHERD STUDIOS

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FRIDAY 14th JULY | 21:00 GENESIS CINEMA

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LAST FRAME QUEER FEST are thrilled to present Joyland by Saim Sadiq. This moving romantic drama debut from Sadiq was the first Pakistani film to premiere at Cannes and went on to grip audiences at festivals around the world. 

‘Saim Sadiq’s film explores the unsettled social and sexual identities of a widower and his children with delicacy and tenderness’ - Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

UK PREMIERE

 

Otherness is a documentary that collects the diverse voices of the lesbian community in Catalonia. A genealogy which comprehends four generations, and a very intimate journey through intertwining lives, allowing us to understand what it is like to exist within a world made of heterosexual structures whilst belonging to the LGBTIQ+ collective. 

SATURDAY 15th JULY | 14:00
GOOD SHEPHERD STUDIOS

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DIY Book-Making Workshop led by Queer Art Club London. The incredibly talented Finn Yvo will guide you through the art of making a DIY pop-up book celebrating your own coming out story, taking inspiration from amazing 3D paper artists and exploring techniques of paper cutting and folding, charcoal, chalks and collage. All materials provided. 

 

SATURDAY 15th JULY | 18:25
GENESIS CINEMA

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SATURDAY 15th JULY | 21:00
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Desert Hearts remains a firm favourite with queer women. Why? Well, it could be denim shirts, the short-shorts, the unshakeable chemistry between the two leads, or the exquisitely bittersweet sounds of Patsy Cline. Whatever the reason, make sure you join us for this very special screening, presented by the one and only Loose Willis. Come wearing your finest cowboy shirt for a chance to win a bottle of fizz on us!

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An evening of Kenneth Anger’s short films from the legendary Magick Lantern Cycle, including FIREWORKS (1947), RABBIT’S MOON (1950–71), and SCORPIO RISING (1964).

Join Token Homo for this rare BAR TRASH special event as he explores Kenneth Anger's outrageous underground legacy and screens 6 films from the iconic Magick Lantern Cycle (1947–81).

SUNDAY 16th JULY | 11:00
RULE ZERO

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Good morning! Join us for our Sunday Brunch programme of queer short films. Featuring films from China, Lebanon and the UK. Treat yourself to brunch from Rule Zero's fantastic menu and enjoy a selection of new, wonderful LGBTQIA+ cinema.

Bottomless Prosecco tickets also available!

SUNDAY 16th JULY | 14:00
RULE ZERO

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Take a deep dive into drag in this beginners workshop with the louche legend himself: Loose Willis.

Build your own drag persona from the ground up, exploring the way they move, talk, and what makes them tick. Open to all: performers and non-performers, any level of experience welcome. The workshop will include gentle physical movement, verbal and written activities and space of questions and discussion.

SUNDAY 16th JULY | 18:30
RULE ZERO

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It's time to say farewell. Make sure you join us one last time for our closing selection of queer short films from around the world. Featuring films from Colombia, Cyprus and South Africa.

 

Stick around after the screening for drinks and chats with some fellow film-loving queers.

This year's festival in partnership with LGBT+ Futures

 

“LGBT+ Futures: Equity Fund is a two-year £786,000 partnership between Consortium and The National Lottery Community Fund, designed to help community-led and grassroot organisations supporting some of the most under-represented and marginalised LGBT+ communities.”

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